Apresentação: Fonética <i>versus</i> Fonologia?

  • Cláudia Regina Brescancini
  • Christina Abreu Gomes

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Fonética versus Fonologia?
Phonetics versus Phonology?

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2014-05-13
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Regina Brescancini, C., & Abreu Gomes, C. (2014). Apresentação: Fonética <i>versus</i> Fonologia?. Letras De Hoje, 49(1), 5-10. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7726.2014.1.17283
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Fonética e Fonologia: interface